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ANNUAL REPORTS 

1983 



TOWN OF 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 



OSSIPEE 



New Hampshire 



TAX RATES 

$14.95 per $1000.00 

Unit of Government Rate 

Municipal 4.28 Center Ossipee .76 

County 1.14 West Ossipee 1.24 

School 9.53 Ossipee .84 



For the fiscal year ending 

December 31, 1983 
Vital Statistics for 1983 



Urtlversfty of New Hampshire Library 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication 3 

Town Officers 4 

Warrant 6 

Budget 11 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 15 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 17 

Financial Report 22 

Schedule of Town Property 31 

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 32 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 36 

Balance Sheet 39 

Management Letter 41 

Tax Collector's Report 43 

Town Clerk's Report 47 

Treasurer's Report 48 

Selectmen's Report 49 

Revenue Sharing Report 65 

Ossipee District Court 66 

Library Report 67 

Trustee of Trust Funds 70 

From the Selectmen's Office 74 

Police Department Report 76 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 77 

Ossipee Planning Board 78 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 81 

Dog Warden Report 82 

Community Nurse 83 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 85 

Ossipee Water and Sewer Department 87 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 89 

Fire Warden's Report 91 

Vital Statistics 92 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 98 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 100 

Ossipee Precinct "A" Financial Report 101 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 103 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 106 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 107 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct Ill 




Beatrice Gile Smart 
Dedication 1983 

The dedication of the 1983 Town Report is to Beatrice 
G. Smart who retired this year after serving 48 years as 
librarian. This dedication is another recognition of the 
many contributions made by this family to the Town of 
Ossipee. Ten years ago, in 1973, the Town Report was 
dedicated to her husband, Edward Smart in recognition of 
his many years of service to the town. 

Born in Freedom, Mrs. Smart attended the Freedom 
Grammar School, Madison High School and the University 
of New Hampshire. On May 29, 1927 she married Edward 
Smart of Ossipee and the couple had one daughter, the late 
Mildred S. White. They have seven grandchildren and ten 
great-grandchildren. 

During the 48 years she served as the town librarian 
many changes took place. In the early years she traveled 
at least once a month to the five branches of the library 
located in West Ossipee, Ossipee Valley, Granite, Ossipee 
Corner and Water Village. The main library was located in 
a community house in Center Ossipee at the site of the pre- 
sent elementary school. The branches were brought 
together in 1939 when the present memorial library was 
built. 

Mrs. Smart has been active in community affairs and 
belonged to the Women's Club, Center Ossipee Congre- 
gational Church, the Grange, and the Eastern Star. 

To Beatrice Smart this dedication is made with the 
thanks of the community for her devoted service over the 
years. 



TOWN OFFICERS 1983 

Selectmen 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON WARREN F. WITHERELL 

RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 

THOMAS A. TRITES 

Treasurer 

THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
JOHN SANDERS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 
JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 

Water & Sewer Dept. 
ROLAND STOCKBRIDGE, Supt. 

Recreation Dept. 

WALLACE NUDD, JR., Director 

Community Nurse 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 

OF WOLFEBORO AND VICINITY, INC. 

Forest Fire Warden 

CLARENCE E. PALMER 

Dog Warden 
MARTHA FRENCH 



Librarian 

RUBY R.PEARSON 

Library Trustees 

RUTH M. LORING EILEEN LEAVITT 

CATHERINE D. ZIEGLER 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

CHARLES PINKHAM LAFAYETTE HARBISON 

LORETTA R.LYMAN 

Board of Health 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Ossipee District Court Justice 

LAWRENCE WALSH, ESQ. 

PETER FAUVER, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE 

Clerk 
JUNE LOUD 

Supervisors of the Checklist 
LAURENCE BROWNELL MILDRED WHITE 

PRISCILLA NUDD 

Representatives to the General Court 
GERARD POWERS, JR. HOWARD SAUNDERS 

Budget Committee 

CHRISTINE POWERS, Chair 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Seer. GERALD McDUFFEE 

ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. KEITH BROWNELL 

DAVID WALSH RALPH BROWNELL 

RALPH DUBE HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

WENDELL THOMPSON 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, being the 13th day of March, 1984, 
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day to act on the 
following articles, the polls to remain open until six o'clock 
in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a Selectmen for three years, 
library trustee for three years, trustee of trust funds for 
three years, town clerk/tax collector for three years, 
moderator for two years, treasurer for one year, super- 
visor of checklist for six years, supervisor of checklist for 
two years (unexpired term), and all other officers and 
agents required by law to be elected or nominated at the 
annual meeting. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles : 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to transfer tax liens and convey property ac- 
quired by the Town by tax collector's deed by public auc- 
tion (or advertised sealed bid) or in such other manner as 
determined by the Selectmen as justice may require. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State aid, or both, as may become available 



and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants provided that such grants do not involve the 
expenditure of town funds. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to fix the com- 
pensation of the position of Tax Collector/Town Clerk with 
a fixed amount in lieu of statutory fees. All statutory fees 
shall be paid to the Town Treasurer at least monthly. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate for the ensuing year the following sums of money 
for the following purposes : 

For Town Officer's Salaries $23,900.00 

For Town Officer's Expenses 64,313.00 

For Election and Registration Expenses 4,350.00 

For General Government Buildings 33,168.00 

For Planning and Zoning 4,632.00 

For Legal Expenses 20,000.00 

For Advertising and Regional Associations 391 .00 

For Police Department 59,947.00 

For Fire Department 4,300.00 

For Town Maintenance 175,539.00 

For General Highway Department Expenses 32,000.00 

For Town Road Aid 243.00 

For Highway Block Grant 56,362.00 

For Street Lighting 2,000.00 

For Solid Waste Disposal 50,000.00 

For Health Department 27,200.00 

For Hospitals and Ambulances 28,800.00 

For General Assistance 8,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 9,000.00 

For Libraries 18,000.00 

For Parks and Recreation 21,654.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

For Conservation Commission 100.00 
For Principal of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 66,379.00 
For Interest Expense of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 57,533.00 



For Interest Expense of Tax 

Anticipation Notes 25,000.00 

For Municipal Water Department 30,714.00 

For Municipal Sewer Department 38,685.00 
For FICA, Retirement and 

Pension Contributions 27,000.00 

For Insurance 60,763.00 

For Unemployment Compensation 1 ,800.00 

(Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $7,000.00 to continue the compiling of 
the History of Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of 
this amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established 
under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972. (Approved by the Budget Committee) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000.00 to be held in a special fund to 
be used for the Bicentennial celebration for the Town of 
Ossipee. (Approved by the Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $9,300.00 for the purchase of a police 
cruiser and the exchange of equipment, and authorize the 
withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and 
Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Approved by the Budget 
Committee) 

Article 10. The see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $10,000 for the removal of Hazardous 
Buildings. (Approved by Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $35,000 for the purchase/installation 
of a computer system and to authorize the withdrawal of 
this amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established 
under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972. (Approved by the Budget Committee) 



Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to apply for and 
accept Federal Housing and Urban Development Block 
Grant Funds in an amount not to exceed $500,000. Said 
funds to be used for Housing Rehabilitation and/or 
economic development projects. The funds to be used as 
direct Grants, low interest loans, or a combination thereof. 
(Approved by the Budget Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) for 
support of the Community Action Outreach Program. 
(Submitted by Petition) (Not recommended by Budget 
Committee) 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to repeal that 
portion of the ordinance which prohibits any alcoholic 
beverages in the Town Hall, particularly during those 
events sponsored by Benefit and Non-Profit Organizations. 
(Submitted by Petition) 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to reclassify the 
westerly extension of the Conner Pond Road for approx- 
imately one mile to the Marble Place (presently a Class 6 
town Road) to a Class 5 road. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 16. "To see if the Town of Ossipee shall call 
upon the Governor and Executive Council, its State 
Representative(s) and State Senator to promptly convene 
a Special Session of the Legislature for the sole purpose of 
preventing the imposition of huge cost increases in electric 
rates resulting from the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant on 
the citizens, businesses, schools and agencies in the Town 
of Ossipee, and to direct the Selectmen to promptly notify 
our above listed elected officials of the Town's desire." 
(Submitted by Petition) 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of Water and 
Sewer revenues. 



Article 18. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 24th day of February, 
1984. 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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15 



ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE OPERATING PLANT 

Name of Company Electric 

Public Service Co. $1,210,200 

N.H. Electric Coop, Inc. 716,300 



TOTAL $1,926,500 

Number of Individuals Applying for an Elderly Exemption 1983 - 78 at 

5,000 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1983 - 78 at 5,000 

(75-5,000.; 3 -2,500.) 

CURRENT USE REPORT 

Section A Section B 

Granted In Granted For Totals of 

Prior Years 1983 Sections A & B 



No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No of. 

Owners Acres Owners Acres Owners Acres 

FARM LAND 19 19 

FOREST LAND 2 1624 2 1624 

WILD LAND 4 356.4 1 75 5 431.4 

1. Unproductive 1 48 1 48. 

2. Productive 1 158.7 1 158.7 

3. Natural Preserve ny 4 17.25 
WET LAND 1 60 25 1 85. 
Total Number of Individual Property Owners in Current Use. 11 
Total Number of Acres Taken Out of Current Use During Year. 
Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use 2373.35 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. (RSA 41:15) 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
W. F. WITHERELL 
Selectmen of Ossipee 

Jan. 5, 1984 



16 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1983 



PURPOSES OF APPROPRIATIONS 



General Government: 




Town officers' salaries 


$26,800.00 


Town officers' expenses 


46,752.80 


Election and Registration expenses 


2,565.00 


General Government Buildings 


33,400.00 


Planning and Zoning 


3,600.00 


Legal Expenses 


20,000.00 


Advertising and Regional Association 376.76 


Public Safety: 




Police Department 


$57,000.00 


Fire Department 


4,281.54 


Highways, Street, Bridges: 




Town Maintenance 


$186,655.78 


General Highway Department 




Expenses 


27,000.00 


Town Road Aid 


1,756.27 


Highway Subsidy 


22,427.09 


Street Lighting 


1,800.00 


Add'l Highway Subsidy 


14,460.02 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


$20,365.00 


Health: 




Health Department 


$18,582.00 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


24,900.00 


Art. 10 Hazardous Bldg. Rem. 


10,000.00 


Welfare: 




General Assistance 


$8,000.00 


Old Age Assistance 


9,000.00 


Culture and Recreation: 




Library 


$ 8,500.00 


Parks and Recreation 


21,963.10 


Patriotic Purposes 


700.00 


Conservation Commission 


100.00 



17 



Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term Bonds 

& Notes $64,888.57 

Interest Expense - Long-Term Bonds 



& Notes 


64,167.35 


Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation 


Notes 


25,000.00 


Capital Outlay: 




Art. 8 Town History 




(Rev. Shar.) 


$2,000.00 


Art. 1 Solid Waste 




(38,600 Rev. Shar.) 


252,000.00 


Art. 1 Solid Waste - 


30,000.00 


Operating Transfers Out: 




Municipal and District Court 




Expenses 


$34,660.00 


Art. 9 - Bicentennial Fund 


1,000.00 


Miscellaneous : 




Municipal Water Department 


$29,036.05 


Municipal Sewer Department 


8,952.76 


FICA, Retirement & 




Pension Contributions 


27,000.00 


Insurance 


64,861.72 


Unemployment Compensation 


1,800.00 


Art. 13 Housing Rehab. HUD 


500,000.00 


Total Appropriations 


$1,676,351.81 


Overlay 


$65,365.00 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 



Taxes: 




Resident Taxes 


$16,880.00 


Yield Taxes 


24,900.00 


Interest and Penalties on Taxes 


22,000.00 


Boat Tax 


3,438.00 



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Intergovernmental Revenues: 




Meals and Rooms Tax, 




Interest and Dividends Tax 




and Savings Bank Tax - 




Shared Revenues 


$32,560.00 


Highway Subsidy 1 


10,861.00 


Railroad Tax 


113.52 


Class V Highway Maintenance 




(Duncan) Add'l Sub. 


8,580.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal Forest 




Land 


889.00 


Motor Vehicles - Fee Transfers 


4,347.00 


Forest Fires 


1,000.00 


Sewer Project 


71,661.00 


Highway Block Grant 


32,169.00 


HUD - Housing Rehab. 


500,000.00 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$73,000.00 


Dog Licenses 


644.00 


Business Licenses, Permits and 




Filing Fees 


350.00 


District Court 


53,000.00 


Charges for Services: 




Income From Departments 


$7,000.00 


Rent of Town Property 


60.00 


Miscellaneous Revenues: 




Interests on Deposits 


$41,000.00 


Sale of Town Property 


8,800.00 


N.H. Workers Comp. 


6,995.05 


Unemployment Insurance 


1,774.40 


Other Financing Sources: 




Proceeds of Bonds and 




Long-Term Notes 


$213,400.00 


Income from Water and Sewer 




Departments 


37,988.81 


Revenue Sharing Fund 


40,600.00 


Total Revenues and Credits 


$1,214,010.78 



19 



TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

Total Town Appropriations $1,676,352.00 

Total Revenues and Credits 1,214,011.00 

Net Town Appropriations 462,341.00 

Net School Tax Assessments 1 ,219,031 .00 

County Tax Assessment 144,258.00 

Total of Town, School and County 1 ,825,630.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax 

Reimbursement 55,714.00 

ADD War Service Credits 15,433.00 

ADD Overlay 65,365 65,347.00 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 1 ,850,696.00 

PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

$123,792,397x14.95 equals $1,850,696 

TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised $1 ,850,696.00 

Gross Precinct and/or Service Areas Taxes 112,022.00 

TOTAL 

Less War Service Credits 

Total Tax Commitment 



TAX RATES 

Town 

School Dist. 
County 
Municipal Tax Rate 
Precinct-Center Ossipee 
Precinct- West Ossipee 
Precinct-Ossipee Corner 





$1,962,718.00 




15,433.00 




1,947,285.00 


KDOWN 

Prior Year 


1983 


Tax Rate 


Approved 


1982 


Tax Rate 


19.60 


4.28 


59.80 


9.53 


6.30 


1.14 


85.70 


14.95 


4.70 


.76 


7.80 


1.24 


5.70 


.84 



20 



Name of Precinct Valuation Net Appro. Taxes Rate 

Ctr. Ossipee Fire Prec. $53,316,165.00 $40,277.00 $40,520.00 $.76 

West Ossipee Fire Prec. 30,753,675.00 38,088.73 38,135.00 1.24 

Ossipee Corner Fire Prec. 39,722,557.00 33,263.50 33,367.00 .84 



Total Taxes Raised $111,629.23 $112,022.00 

WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 

Paraplegic, double amputees 
owning specially adapted home- 
steads with V.A. assistance 
Totally and permanently disabled 

veterans, their spouses or widows, Estimated 

and the widows of veterans who Limits 
died or were killed on active duty. Un „ mlte d Number EXEMPT 

1 $ 233.00 

$700 6 4200.00 

All other qualified persons $50 220 11000.00 

TOTAL NUMBER AND 

AMOUNT $15,433.00 

Number Total Amount 

TAX Assessed Assessed 

RESIDENT TAXES $10 1688 $16,880.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15. 



Jan. 5, 1984 



WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
W. F. WITHERELL 
RALPH ELDRIDGE 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



21 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1983 

ASSETS 

Cash: 

All funds in custody of treasurer $263,827.10 
In hands of officials 858.25 



TOTAL CASH 
Capital Reserve Funds: 

Sewer Improvements 

Total Capital Reserve Funds 
Other bills due Town: 

Revenue Sharing 



$264,685.35 



$649.88 



$649.88 



$12,188.00 



Total Accounts Due to the Town 


$12,188.00 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




Levy of 1982 


$95,066.02 


Levy of 1981 


61,544.02 


Levy of 1980 


9,151.56 


Previous Years 


24,729.22 


Total Unredeemed Taxes 


$190,490.82 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1983 


$1,111,514.80 


Levy of 1982 


560.00 


Levy of 1981 


480.00 


Previous Years 


152.60 


Less: Estimated Uncollectible 




Delinquent Taxes 


(3,000.00) 


Total Uncollected Taxes 


$1,109,707.40 


Total Assets 


$1,577,721.45 


Fund Balance — December 31, 1982 


$61,778.00 


Fund Balance — December 31, 1983 


43,335.00 


Change in Financial Condition 


(18,443.00) 



22 



LIABILITIES 
Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Bills outstanding $ 848.09 

Unexpended Balances of 
Special Appropriations 315,216.84 

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 14,863.53 
Due to State: ^ 

Yield Tax Deposits 7,443.80 

School District Tax Payable 654,141.06 

Tax Anticipation Notes 
Outstanding 500,000.00 

Note Payable - Grader 40,365.00 

Other Liabilities 858.25 



Total Accounts Owed by the Town $1,533,736.57 

Capital Reserve Funds: 

Sewer Improvement $649.88 



Total Capital Reserve Funds $ 649.88 



Total Liabilities $1 ,534,386.45 

Fund Balance— Current Surplus $ 43,335.00 



Grand Total 


$1, 


RECEIPTS 




rom Local Taxes: 




Property Taxes — Current 




Year — 1983 


$829,229.26 


Property Taxes — Collected 




in Advance 


1,083.66 


Resident Taxes — Current 




Year — 1983 


13,860.00 


Yield Taxes — Current 




Year — 1983 


24,671.03 


Property Taxes and Yield 




Taxes — Previous Years 


331,246.42 


Resident Taxes — Previous 




Years 


1,460.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


22,422.16 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


211.90 



$1,577,721.45 



23 



Tax sales redeemed 122,521.20 



Total Taxes Collected and 




Remitted 


$1,346,705.63 


Intergovernmental Revenues: 




Motor Vehicle Fee 




Transfer 


$ 4,346.85 


Highway Subsidy 


10,861.35 


Railroad Tax 


113.52 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


889.38 


Business Profits Tax 


69,563.76 


Shared Revenues 


32,570.62 


Additional Highway Subsidy 


8,580.45 


Reimburse-A/C State 




Forest Fires 


17.08 


Highway Block Grant 


32,168.86 


Sewer Project 


71,661.00 


Other State Revenues - 




Town Bridge Aid 


42,671.00 


Federal Grants - Sewer 




Improvements 


71,500.00 


Total Intergovernmental 




Revenues 


$344,943.87 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$92,989.00 


Dog Licenses 


718.00 


Business Licenses, Permits and 




Filing Fees 


293.50 


Total Licenses and Permits 


$94,000.50 


Charges for Services: 




Income From Departments 


$ 7,886.27 


Rent of Town Property 


80.00 


Forest Fires - District Court 


53,327.44 



Total Charge For Services $61,293.71 

Miscellaneous Revenues: 

Interest on Deposits $41,135.71 



24 



Sale of Town Property 8,786.22 

N.H. Workers Compensation 6,355.05 

Unemployment Insurance 1,814.40 



Total Miscellaneous Revenues $58,091.38 

Other Financing Sources: 

Income from Water, Sewer and 
Electric Departments $33,028.31 

Revenue Sharing Fund 50,139.00 

Interest on Investments of 
Revenue Sharing Funds 1,985.17 



Total Other Financing Sources $85,152.48 

Non-Revenue Receipts: 
New Trust Funds received 
during year - Pope Bridge 
Trust $23,471.00 

Proceeds of Tax Anticipation Notes 500,000.00 
Yield Tax Security Deposits 8,149.10 

Note Payable - Grader 40,365.00 



Total Non-Revenue Receipts $571,985.10 



Total Receipts from All Sources $2,562,172.67 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1983 422,633.58 



Grand Total $2,984,806.25 

PAYMENTS 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $25,297.97 

Town officers' expenses 50,003.34 

Election and Registration expenses 2,233.16 

General Government Buildings 19,993.12 

Planning and Zoning 3,402.09 

Legal Expenses 13,394.62 
Advertising and Regional 

Association 376.76 



Total General Governmental 
Expenses $114,701.06 



25 



Public Safety: 

Police Department $51,839.17 

Fire Department 1,817.88 



Total Public Safety Expenses 


$53,657.05 


Highways, Street, Bridges: 




Town Maintenance 


$175,136.87 


General Highway Department 




Expenses 


31,582.99 


Highway Subsidy and Additional 




Highway Subsidy 


36,887.11 


Street Lighting 


1,785.32 


Total Highways and Bridges 




Expenses 


$245,392.29 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


$10,353.43 


Total Sanitation Expenses 


$10,353.43 


Health: 




Health Department 


$18,582.00 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


24,900.00 


Other Health Expenses - 




Hazardous Bldg. Reim. 


4,188.70 


Total Health Expenses 


$47,670.70 


Welfare : 




General Assistance 


$4,525.43 


Old Age Assistance 


5,160.94 


Total Welfare Expenses 


$9,686.37 


Culture and Recreation: 




Library 


$10,750.00 


Parks and Recreation 


20,988.52 


Patriotic Purposes 


573.50 


Conservation Commission 


86.00 



Total Culture and Recreational 
Expenses $32,398.02 



26 



Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term 

Bond & Notes $64,893.57 

Interest Expense — Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 64,172.91 

Interest Expense — Tax 

Anticipation Notes 17,600.00 



Total Debt Service Payments 


$146,666.48 


Capital Outlay: 




Town History 


$2,001.04 


Highway Grader 


85,365.00 


Master Plan - Lakes Region 


4,499.00 


Total Capital Outlay 


$91,865.04 


Operating Transfers Out: 




Municipal and District Court 




Expenses 


$33,837.84 



Total Operating Transfers Out $33,837.84 

Miscellaneous : 
Municipal Water Department - 

Municipal Sewer Department $33,028.31 

FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Contributions $22,637.82 

Insurance 54,368.32 

Unemployment Compensation 1,364.91 

Other Miscellaneous Expenses - 

Tax Map & Reassessment 109,376.55 



Total Miscellaneous Expenses $220,775.91 

Unclassified: 

Taxes bought by town $142,022.08 

Payments to trustees of trust funds- 
Covered Bridge Reno. $66,142.00 

Sewer Improvement 74,753.48 

Other Unclassified expenses - 
Overlay 1,489.74 



Total Unclassified Expenses $284,407.30 



27 



Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions : 

Taxes paid to County $144,258.00 

Payments to Precincts 111,629.23 

Payments to School Districts 1,172,172.30 



Total Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions $1 ,428,059.53 



Total Payments for all Purposes $2,719,471 .02 

Cash on hand December 31, 1983 265,335.23 



Grand Total $2,984,806.25 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1983 
Long-Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $ 7,250.00 

Town Hall Addition 6,000.00 

Backhoe 3,928.58 

Tax Map Reassessment Loan 60,000.00 



Total Long-Term Notes 
Outstanding $77,178.58 

Bonds Outstanding: 
Sewer Project $475,000.00 



Total Bonds Outstanding $475,000.00 



Total Long-Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1983, June 30, 1984 $552,178.58 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG-TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long-Term Debt - 

December 31, 1982 $117,847.15 



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Bonds Issued - Sewer Project- 
March 10, 1982 $499,225.00 



Total $499,225.00 



Total ', $617,072.15 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 
Long-Term Notes Paid $ 40,668.57 

Bonds Paid 24,225.00 



Total $64,893.57 



Outstanding Long-Term Debt - 
December 31, 1983 $552,178.58 



29 



TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

FORM MS-5 

Year Ended December 31, 1983 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES ON FORM MS-5 

Line 201 
Cash In Hands of Treasurer 



General Fund 


$214,907.77 


Payroll A/C 


200.00 


Revenue Sharing 


41,275.53 


Timber Tax Account 


7,443.80 




$263,827.10 


ine 202 




Cash In Hands of Officials 




Public Librarian 


$858.25 



$858.25 



Line 302 
Unexpended Balances of 
Special Appropriations 

Town Officers Salaries $ 2,047.97 

Tax Map 27,959.48 

Solid Waste 282,000.00 

Veterans Plaque 1 ,209.39 

Bicentennial Fund 2,000.00 



$315,216.84 



Line 323 
Other Liabilities 
Unexpended Balances of 
Special Revenue Funds 

Public Library $858.25 



$858.25 



30 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1983 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $61,800.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1 ,000.00 
Police Department, Lands and Buildings 

Equipment 20,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 285,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 
Water Supply Facilities, if owned by Town - 
Sewer Plant & Facilities, if owned 

by Town 1,025,008.00 
All Other Property and equipment: 

Land 162,500.00 



TOTAL $1,636,308.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 



Date Feb. 8, 1984 



WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
Selectmen 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

Management Letter 
February 6, 1984 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 

As part of our examination of the books and records of 
the Town of Ossipee, we reviewed and tested the Town's 
systems of internal accounting control to the extent we 
considered necessary to evaluate the systems as required 
by generally accepted auditing standards. Under these 
standards, the purposes of such evaluation are to establish 
a basis for reliance on the system of internal accounting 
control in determining the nature, timing and extent of 
other auditing procedures that are necessary for express- 
ing an opinion on the financial statements. 

The objective of internal accounting control is to pro- 
vide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance as to the 
safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized use 
or disposition, and the reliability of financial records for 
preparing financial statements and maintaining accoun- 
tability for assets. The concept of reasonable assurance 
recognizes that the cost of a system of internal accounting 
control should not exceed the benefits derived and also 
recognizes that the evaluation of these factors necessarily 
requires estimates and judgements by management. 

There are inherent limitations that should be recogniz- 
ed in considering the potential effectiveness of any system 
of internal accounting control. In the performance of most 
control procedures, errors can result from misunderstand- 
ing of instructions, mistakes of judgement, carelessness, 
or other personal factors. 

Control procedures whose effectiveness depends upon 
segregation of duties can be circumvented by collusion. 
Similarly, control procedures can be circumvented inten- 
tionally by management, either with respect to the execu- 
tion and recording of transactions or with respect to the 
estimates and judgements required in the preparation of 
the financial statements. Further, projection of any 



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evaluation of internal accounting control to future periods 
is subject to the risk that the procedures may become in- 
adequate because of changes in conditions and that the 
degree of compliance with the procedures may 
deteriorate. Our examination of the financial statements 
made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards, including the study and evaluation of the Town 
of Ossipee's system of internal control for the year ended 
December 31, 1983, that was made for the purposes set 
forth in the first paragraph of this report, would not 
necessarily disclose all weaknesses in the system as it was 
based on selective tests of the accounting records and 
related data. 

As a result of this review and, in an effort to be of 
assistance to the Town of Ossipee, we are submitting for 
your consideration a number of comments and recommen- 
dations intended to improve operations and should not be 
regarded as reflecting upon the integrity or capabilities of 
any Town Employee. 

Overall we found things to be substantially in good 
order, with everyone ready and willing to adopt any con- 
structive, worthwhile improvements. 

We would be pleased to continue to discuss further any 
of our recommendations and comments with you. 

Very truly yours, 
WILSON P. DENNETT 
Certified Public Accountant 
COMMENT: 

Additional Town Services have contributed to increas- 
ed workloads for Town Officials until it has become ap- 
parent that additional personnel are needed to maintain an 
effectively functioning office. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

An additional full-time person should be added to the 
Town Office staff to assist with the increasing workload. 

We urge that the Accounts Payable Manifest System 
be adopted this year (described in 1981 Management Let- 
ter). 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
Jan. 1, 1983 - Dec. 31, 1983 



1983 Total submitted to Treasurer 


$93,707.50 


Motor Vehicle Permits (2947) 


$92,989.00 


Dog Licenses Issued (225) 


639.95 


Bad Check Penalty 


10.00 


Postage Recovered 


1.55 


Filing Fees Town Office 


7.00 


Civil Dog Forfeitures 


60.00 




$93,707.50 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 
RECONCILIATION OF CASH BOOK 

AND BANK BALANCE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED DEC. 31, 1983 

Balance on Hand - 

Beginning of Fiscal Year $412,697.89 

Receipts During Fiscal Year 5,742,252.79 



$6,154,950.68 
Payments During Fiscal Year 5,891,123.58 



Balance on Hand - End of Fiscal Year 



$263,827.10 



PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Bank East, 
Rochester, N.H. $309,142.95 

Deposits in Transit - none 
Less Outstanding Checks 254,064.76 



Check Book Balance $ 55,078.19 

Add: Savings/Investment Acct. Balances 

in Treasurer's Custody 
Bank and Account Amount 

Indian Head North - Super NOW $159,829.58 
Indian Head North - Timber Tax 7,443.80 

North Conway Bank - Revenue 
Sharing 41,275.53 

Indian Head North - Payroll 
Acct. 



Reconciled Balance 



200.00 



$208,748.91 



$263,827.10 



THOMAS L. GALANTE 
Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICER'S SALARIES 



John R. Sanders, Tax Coil-Town Clerk 


$6,600.00 


Phyllis Fennerty 


3,736.72 


Thomas Galante 


1,800.00 


David Helme 


377.30 


Ralph Eldridge 


1,653.82 


Wendell Thompson 


2,040.32 


Warren Witherell 


2,000.00 


John R. Sanders (Tax Collector fees) 


2,930.00 


John R. Sanders (Town Clerk fees) 


3,594.50 


Geraldine Trites 


565.31 



$25,297.97 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 

N.H. Tax Collector's Assoc. $ 35.00 

N.H. City & Town Clerk's Assoc. 19.00 

N.H. Assoc, of Assessing Officials 20.00 

N.H. City & Town Management Assoc. 35.00 

N.H. Municipal Assoc. 729.77 

N.H. Local Welfare Admin. Assoc. 15.00 

N.H. Secretaries Assoc. 10.00 

Dorothy Palmer 13,000.00 

Dorothy Palmer (mileage & expenses) 168.09 

Margaret O'Sullivan 8,652.80 

Branham Publishing Co. 24.55 

The Balsams 209.84 

Elizabeth Sanders 16.00 

John Sanders (mileage & expenses) 229.50 

The Hilton Merrimack 163.42 

The Stationery Shop 848.92 

Warren Witherell (mileage) 94.02 

David Helme (expenses) 20.71 

Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 3,366.30 

Carroll County Independent 4,575.97 

New England Telephone 2,562.19 



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Xerox Corp. 


1,666.20 


County Commerce 


108.00 


Thomas Galante (mileage) 


346.00 


Wheeler & Clark 


115.08 


Steve Davis Office Machines 


640.00 


Wilson P. Dennett, CPA 


3,905.55 


Registry of Deeds 


780.50 


Rogers Stationery Store 


23.80 


Indian Head Bank North 


4,726.05 


Ruth C. Eckhoff, Reg. of Probate 


2.00 


Red Barn Country Flowers 


45.00 


C. Edward Bourassa, Registrar 


.50 


Edward Howard, Reg. of Probate 


.50 


NADA 


60.00 


Gayle Twombly, Town Clerk Tilton 


7.00 


Porter Office Machines 


93.90 


Real Data Corp. 


38.00 


I.B.M.Corp. 


391.90 


Pearl Hunter 


134.00 


Brown & Saltmarsh 


226.49 


Clayton Crummett 


50.00 


Yankee Title Abstract 


629.75 


Wendell Thompson (mileage) 


56.40 


Phyllis Fennerty 


1,032.96 


Ossipee Insurance Agency 


30.00 


Margaret O'Sullivan (expenses) 


43.68 


Tower Publishing 


54.00 




$50,003.34 


Revenues to Town Officers' Expenses 


$ 1,048.52 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 

Carroll County Independent $ 188.05 

Kenwood White 120.00 

Mildred White 240.00 

Priscilla Nudd 240.00 

Thomas Trites 80.00 

John Sanders 80.00 



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David Helme 


30.00 


Wendell Thompson 


60.00 


Warren Witherell 


60.00 


Dorothy Palmer 


30.00 


Philip Drew 


60.00 


Carmen Knapp 


60.00 


Marjorie Conlon 


30.00 


Shirley Savage 


60.00 


Natalie Hall 


60.00 


Cheryl Riley 


60.00 


Barbara Copp 


60.00 


Richard Toom 


60.00 


James R. Patten, Atty. 


227.00 


Ralph Eldridge 


30.00 


Louise P. Hunter 


30.00 


Indian Head Bank North 


98.11 


Ossipee Concerned Citizens 


150.00 


Laurence Brownell 


120.00 



$2,233.16 

Revenues to Election & Registration Expenses $ 30.00 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

Public Service Co. $ 3,983.82 

Ossipee Oil Co. 5,500.14 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 315.82 

Donald Johnson, Janitorial Service 2,080.00 

Ossipee Water Dept. 508.00 

Associated Linen Services, Inc. 119.78 

Thompson & Thompson 204.07 

Clean-O-Rama 319.00 

Independent Burner Service 353.45 

Lenny's Drain & Sewer Services 25.00 

R. J.Sylvain,Inc. 168.19 

E.M. Heath 40.88 

Rochester Midland 279.87 

Radio Shack 50.35 

Seton Name Plate Corp. 21.90 



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Steve's Heating Oil 


4,971.79 


Central Paper Products Co. 


108.63 


Hall Oil Co. 


131.25 


Monroe Company 


811.18 



$19,993.12 
Revenues to General Government Buildings $ 20.00 

PLANNING & ZONING 



John S. Kitchen 


$ 70.00 


Carroll County Independent 


174.80 


Eastern Topographies 


57.60 


Registry of Deeds 


35.00 


Barto & Gfroerer 


295.00 


New England Telephone 


1.15 


Lakes Region Planning Comm. 


2,066.00 


Re-Tech Assoc, Inc. 


150.00 


N.H. Municipal Assoc. 


84.50 


Ron Bergeron 


52.04 


Natalie Hall 


416.00 



$3,402.09 

Revenues to Planning & Zoning $ 280.75 

LEGAL EXPENSES 

Martha French $2,340.00 
Martha French (Expenses & Mileage) 1,005.55 

Laurence F. Gardner 322.00 

Frederic L. Cox 4,442.82 

James R. Patten, Attorney 226.00 

The Kindness Animal Hospital 65.00 

E. F. Greene & Associates 3,075.00 

White Mountain Survey Company 1,918.25 

$13,394.62 



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ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

Lakes Region Association $276.76 

Greater Ossipee Area 

Chamber of Commerce 100.00 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

John Fogarty, III $16,323.84 

John Fogarty (Holiday) 627.80 

James Cone 1,048.92 

James Cone (Holiday) 43.71 

Robert Mac Arthur 1 1 ,850.36 

Robert MacArthur (Holiday) 269.70 

Ervin White 3,910.50 

Robert Jones 6,295.00 

The Stationery Shop 50.89 

Ossipee Auto Parts, Inc. 505.48 

E.M. Heath, Inc. 13.05 

New England Telephone 627.67 

John Fogarty III (expenses) 10.00 

Buchanan's BP 273.60 

Robbins Auto Parts, Inc. 270.81 

G. W. Jewett & Sons, Inc. 3,076.75 

Sanel Auto Parts 3.08 

Watson Family, Inc. Mobile 441.58 

N.H. Assoc, of Chiefs of Police 10.00 

Century Tire Co. 374.10 
Town & Country Motor Inn (conference) 475.00 

Martha French 327.50 

Northeast Battery Distributors 99.35 

Postmaster, Ctr. Ossipee 7.00 

Richard A. Sherburne, Inc. 211.80 

Donald Downing 270.00 

Carroll County Independent 45.87 

Ben's Uniforms 1,038.15 

Home's Garage, Inc. 112.50 

Johnson & Dix Corp. 1,766.32 



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$376.76 



Ervin White (expense) 20.00 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 2.40 

Ronald Merry 1,057.50 

New England Police Chief Assoc. 55.00 

Alexander Battery Co. East, Inc. 61.94 

Carroll County Glass, Inc. 50.00 

Ossipee Mountain Electronics 212.00 



$51,839.17 



FIRE 

Northeast Battery Distributors $ 103.00 

Ossipee Auto Parts 152.86 

Town of Ossipee, Forest Fire a-c 1,120.63 

Treasurer, State of NH 191.39 

Clarence Palmer, Warden 250.00 



$1,817.88 

Revenues to Fire $1,061.50 

SUMMER AND WINTER HIGHWAYS 

Irving Abbott $ 6,729.32 

Keith Brownell 10,290.30 

Charles O'Sullivan 9,464.71 

Daniel Riley 10,318.16 

Lloyd Wilkins 10,806.07 

Bruce Williams 9,421.86 

Russell Whiting, Jr. 8,793.51 

Harold White 11,201.43 

Rodney White 17,976.00 

Stanley Eldridge 1,445.25 

Rodney White (mileage) 822.48 

MarkMerrow 170.85 

John Fogarty IV 651.57 

Daniel Riley, Jr. 279.72 

Granite State Minerals 9,835.27 

G. W. Jewett & Son, Inc. 12,516.05 



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Altex, Div. of Standard Uniform 


2,361.60 


State of NH - Motor Vehicles 


2.00 


Kevin Whiting 


60.30 


Beech River Sand & Gravel 


8,207.50 


Century Tire Co. 


1,402.90 


Motorola, Inc. 


1,752.00 


New England Telephone 


458.16 


The Kennett Company 


4,589.55 


Buchanan's BP 


770.00 


Barry Williams 


418.74 


E.Milton Dow 


585.20 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


948.51 


Ossipee Aggregates 


1,240.80 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


1,206.36 


Johnson & Dix 


8,684.93 


Gordon Berry 


686.00 


Rusty White 


149.07 


2-Way Communication Service 


113.11 


Batchelder Tree Service, Inc. 


1,080.00 


Carroll County Independent 


51.61 


NH Bituminous Co., Inc. 


7,729.62 


Portland Oil Recycling 


11,446.00 


Seton Name Plate Corp. 


117.39 


Dow Sand & Gravel 


182.00 


Earnshaw Lumber 


43.35 


Penn-Hampshire Lubricants, Inc. 


25.99 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


7.24 


Treasurer, State of NH - 




Dept. of Public Works 


59.40 


Frances Gagne 


35.00 




$175,136.87 


Revenues to Highway Department 


$ 2,312.65 



HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 

Irving Abbott $ 839.44 

Keith Brownell 1,275.36 

Charles O'Sullivan 1,178.10 

Daniel Riley 1,487.92 



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Lloyd Wilkins 


1,583.96 


Bruce Williams 


1,487.92 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


2,522.02 


Harold White 


1,484.41 


Rodney White 


749.00 


Penn Culvert Company 


4,158.28 


N.H. Bituminous Company 


5,660.68 



$22,427.09 



ADDITIONAL HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 



Irving Abbott 


$ 429.08 


Keith Brownell 


637.68 


Charles O'Sullivan 


596.40 


Daniel Riley 


441.04 


Lloyd Wilkins 


452.56 


Bruce Williams 


441.04 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


816.17 


Harold White 


461.03 


Rodney White 


749.00 


Dow Sand & Gravel 


1,081.50 


Beech River Sand & Gravel 


5,730.75 


Tilton Sand & Gravel 


2,184.61 


The Kennett Company 


409.50 


Pike Industries 


29.66 



$14,460.02 

GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT. 

Everett J. Prescott $ 563.84 

Valley Power Equipment 19.10 

Atlantic Highway Sign Co. 84.84 

Share Corp. 100.72 

Howard P. Fairfield, Inc. 2,538.45 

Penn-Hampshire Lubricants, Inc. 424.85 

Palmer Spring Co. 2,330.99 

The Kennett Company 793.80 

Rines Garage Inc. 271.46 



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Century Tire Co. 


760.42 


Pambro Sales 


1,662.53 


Northeast Battery Distributors 


579.54 


New England Tech Supply 


346.90 


Sanel Auto Parts, Inc. 


1,860.95 


DiPrizio's Garage, Inc. 


579.97 


Lewiston Welding Supply 


490.62 


Ossipee Auto Parts 


2,358.45 


Stanley Eldridge 


117.00 


Ossipee True Value Hardware 


275.33 


Guarinos Small Engine Sales & Service 


42.75 


Stanley Eldridge 


110.50 


R.C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 


5,999.80 


Ossipee Oil Co. 


86.40 


Dobles' Chevrolet 


1,925.79 


Foster & Co., Inc. 


1,036.45 


Barrett Equipment 


5.50 


Holmes Transportation 


22.44 


Ross Express 


57.01 


Patsy's GMC -- Kenworth 


30.48 


Carroll County Glass 


50.00 


E.M. Heath, Inc. 


100.33 


Robbins Auto Parts, Inc. 


545.62 


Atlantic Plow Blade Co. 


832.50 


Atlantic Broom Service Co. 


352.00 


Bigelow Waste Co., Inc. 


260.89 


Lubrication Engineers Inc. 


1,012.00 


DiPrizio's GMC Inc. 


51.43 


Earnshaw Lumber Co. 


291.60 


Conway Tractor & Equip. Corp. 


448.68 


E. J. Bleiler Eqpt. Co., Inc. 


559.00 


Rudy N. Craft & Son 


122.51 


Grapponi Inc. Inc. Div. 


569.56 


Knoxland Equipment, Inc. 


43.24 


Ossipee Rental 


35.00 


Johnson & Dix 


168.30 


Riverside Services 


299.95 


B.B. Chain Co. 


191.25 


Zee Medical Service 


172.25 




$31,582.99 



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STREET LIGHTING 

Public Service Co. $1,785.32 

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 



Robert Camire 


$ 6,687.38 


Lewis Dore 


1,825.75 


N.H. Electric Co-operative, Inc. 


133.82 


Derek Ames 


42.50 


Tim Eldridge 


42.50 


Don Tenney 


15.00 


Mike Tenney 


15.00 


Jon Montgomery 


21.75 


Chris Nason 


29.00 


Todd Nason 


30.00 


Debbie Hall 


22.50 


Chuck O'Sullivan 


20.75 


Mike Riley 


20.75 


Scott Milligan 


15.00 


Jim Fogarty 


20.25 


Clyde Bean 


20.25 


Frank Varney 


20.00 


George Dore 


21.75 


Gordon Berry 


416.50 


Carroll County Independent 


51.60 


Seton Name Plate Corp. 


89.96 


Kimball Chase 


791.42 


Trustee of Trust Funds 


30,000.00 



$40,353.43 

Revenues to Solid Waste Disposal $ 156.25 

HEALTH 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens $5,000.00 

Wolfeboro Nursing Service 9,100.00 

Carroll County Mental Health 2,482.00 

Center of Hope 2,000.00 

$18,582.00 

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HOSPITAL & AMBULANCE 



Lord's Ambulance Service 


$16,200.00 


Ossipee Rescue Squad 


7,500.00 


The Memorial Hospital 


200.00 


Huggins Hospital 


1,000.00 


1 


$24,900.00 


GENERAL ASSISTANCE 


Duncan Lake Coffee Shop 


$ 10.00 


Robert Peaslee 


65.00 


James Gore 


450.00 


N.H. Electric Cooperative Inc. 


160.76 


Scott Pharmacy 


49.92 


Johnson Gas Co. 


179.46 


New England Telephone 


15.98 


Town of Conway 


50.00 


Indian Mound IGA 


194.80 


Ossipee Oil 


191.31 


Hall Oil Company 


470.60 


Donald Arthur 


100.00 


Carter Cincotta 


110.00 


Lakeport Rexall Drug 


3.94 


Anthony DeLisio 


350.00 


Metropolitan 


63.00 


North Conway Ambulance Service 


100.00 


Rene Gilbert 


185.00 


Town of Conway 


140.61 


Sunny Villa 


10.62 


Belknap County Welfare 


120.00 


Mt. Whittier Motel 


23.54 


Public Service Co. 


629.88 


City of Laconia 


35.00 


Mrs. Arthur Lord 


50.00 


Norman G. Sargent 


239.51 


L. Randy Lyman 


375.00 


Eastern Propane Gas, Inc. 


151.50 



$4,525.43 
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Revenues to General Assistance $ 376.74 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $1,222.60 

LIBRARY 

Ossipee Town Library Trustees $10,750.00 

PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 

Wallace Nudd, Jr. $11,356.80 

Wallace Nudd, Jr. (Mileage) 992.40 

Jerry Wiggin II 1,725.30 

Collins Variety Inc. 933.55 

Remick Bros., Inc. 37.21 

New England Telephone 443.95 

Harvey Jenness 139.04 

Darlene Eldridge 67.00 

E.M. Heath 187.16 

Ossipee True Value Hardware 399.88 

New Durham Recreation Dept. 60.00 

Bennett Sales & Service 481.81 

Abbott & Staples 16.91 

Carroll County Recreation Dept. 50.00 

Bickford Lumber Co. 59.76 

Rochester Midland 64.75 

Little Red Hens' House 153.99 

Earnshaw Lumber 21.51 

Mtn. Valley Little League 40.00 

H.R.Colby 910.00 

Tee Pee Sport Shop 139.40 

Scott Milligan 375.21 

Jennifer Ziegler 1,525.24 

Ron White 96.00 

Effingham Softball Team 80.00 

Gerald McDuffee 80.00 

The Nixon Co. 79.34 

ToddNason 293.13 



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Christopher Nason 
Zee Medical Service 



85.43 
93.75 






$20,988.52 
$ 1,300.00 



Revenue to Parks & Playground 

PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 

Loring, Short & Harmon $247.42 

The Gorham Flag Center 69.13 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 256.95 



$573.50 

Revenues to Patriotic Purposes $134.41 

CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 

N.H. Assoc, of Conservation Comm. $86.00 

Revenues to Conservation Comm. $49.60 

LONG TERM NOTES 

Hartford National Bank & Trust $24,225.00 

Indian Head Bank North 10,668.57 

Bank East 30,000.00 



$64,893.57 

Revenues to Long Term Notes $23,122.00 

LONG TERM INTEREST 

Hartford National Bank & Trust $53,856.00 

Indian Head Bank North 2,104.41 

Bank East 8,212.50 

$64,172.91 
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Revenues to Long Term Interest $48,539.00 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

Bank East $17,600.00 

DISTRICT COURT 

Lawrence Walsh $16,275.00 

Peter Fauver 5,085.00 

June Loud 10,800.00 

Nancy VanTassel 371.84 

Louise Conner 1,306.00 



$33,837.84 

SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 

State of N.H. Retirement System $ 6,499.18 

State Treasurer of N.H. 16,138.64 



$22,637.82 

Revenues to Social Security $ 83.65 

INSURANCE 

Ossipee Insurance Agency $16,102.00 

Blue Cross-Blue Shield 23,653.32 
NH Municipal Assoc. 

Workman's Comp. 14,613.00 



$54,368.32 

Revenues to Insurance $ 591.20 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 

NH Municipal Assoc. -Unemployment 

Compensation Fund $1,364.91 



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CAPITAL OUTLAY 

History of Ossipee 

(Revenue Sharing) $ 2,001.04 

Highway Grader 

(Revenue Sharing) $85,365.00 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Governor Wentworth Regional $1,172,172.30 

STATE & COUNTY TAX 

Treasurer, Carroll County $144,258.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 

John R. Sanders, Tax Collector $142,022.08 

PRECINCTS 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct $40,277.00 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power 33,263.50 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 38,088.73 



$111,629.23 



TAX REFUNDS 



Indian Head Bank North 


$ 893.15 


Frank E. Maxcy 


179.14 


Rene LeClerc 


22.94 


Linda Spurling 


11.00 


Marshall & Dorothy Palmer 


14.13 


Ralph Cerundolo 


60.00 


Adrian & Barbara Ouelette 


100.38 


Gail P. Ericson 


209.00 



$1,489.74 



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UNCLASSIFIED 

Lakes Region Planning Comm. $ 4,499.00 

(carryover 1980 Master Plan) 

Hazardous Buildings $ 4,188.70 

Ossipee Pope Bridge Trust $66,142.00 

(encumbered 1982) 

Tax Map & Reassessment $109,376.55 

(encumbered 1982) 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 
SCHEDULE 7 
Special Revenue Funds - Revenue Sharing 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures 

and Changes in Fund Balance 
For The Year Ended December 31, 1983 

Sources of Financial Resources 
Revenues 

Entitlements $50,139.00 

Interest 1,985.17 



Total Sources of Financial Resources $52,124.17 

Uses of Financial Resources 
Expenditures 

Town History $ 2,000.00 

Grader 45,000.00 



Total Expenditures $47,000.00 

Net Increase in Fund Balance 

During Year $ 5,124.17 

Fund Balance - January 1, 1983 48,339.36 



Fund Balance - December 31, 1983 $53,463.53 



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STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES 

OSSIPEE DISTRICT COURT 
Period Jan. 1, 1983 to Dec. 31, 1983 

Cash Balance 1983 $2,887.50 

RECEIPTS: 

Fines/Forfeitures $127,229.50 

Penalty Assessments 11,992.65 

Bail 19,145.18 

Fees 2,772.55 

Restitution 811.89 

Partial Payments on Fines (201.50) 

Other income 1,919.88 



Total Receipts $163,670.15 



Total Funds Available $166,557.65 

EXPENDITURES AND TRANSFERS: 

Division of Motor Vehicles $66,884.30 

Penalty Assessments 11,992.65 

Fish and Game 468.00 

Witness Fees 5,176.50 

Restitution 1,171.89 

Bail Returned/Transferred 18,843.68 
Facility Escrow Fund 

Transfers 618.00 

City/Town Transfers 53,355.77 
Operating Expenses 

Postage, Supplies 1,722.59 

Telephone 429.09 

Misc. 3,285.18 



Total Expenditures and Transfers $163,947.65 



Cash Balance Dec. 31, 1983 $2,610.00 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Clerk 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1983 

The Ossipee Public Library underwent several im- 
provements during 1983. Wall-to-wall carpeting was in- 
stalled in the upstairs rooms in January and a new furnace 
was in operation by late October. In August library hours 
were increased from ei^ht to twelve per week. A book-drop 
and additional shelving were purchased in December. The 
typing of cards for the new card catalog is an on-going pro- 
ject, involving several volunteers. One hundred and thir- 
teen borrowers' cards have been issued; many of these 
patrons are new users. A significant expansion of the 
children's section was made possible by the acquisition of 
400 free books from the New Hampshire State Library as a 
result of the discontinuance of the Bookmobile; 100 adult 
nonfiction books were also included in this donation. 

In July Mrs. Beatrice Smart announced her retire- 
ment after forty-eight years of service as librarian. A 
reception honoring Mrs. Smart was hosted in August, 
enabling townspeople to express appreciation of her con- 
tribution to the community. Ruby Pearson began serving 
as librarian on August first. 

A summer program during July involving approx- 
imately fifty children was made possible through the ef- 
forts of twenty-five adult volunteers. The offerings provid- 
ed experiences with art, music, dance, hiking, sign 
language, model rocketry and film viewing. A Christmas 
Celebration brought together all summer participants for 
a presentation of "Why the Chimes Rang" by high school 
drama students. Throughout the holiday season, library 
patrons were able to enjoy the decorating results of a 
Greens Party held early in December. A Storyhour for 
preschoolers initiated during the summer months has con- 
tinued as a weekly library offering. 

In June and July an average of forty-five area adults 
attended each of the three presentations in the Robert 



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Frost series, sponsored by the New Hampshire Council for 
the Humanities. In October an informational meeting for 
representatives of area libraries and historical societies 
concerning the Humanities offerings was held at the 
Library. 

An Evening With Our Local Artists in August launched 
a long-term fundraising effort. Notepapers featuring the 
original architect's sketch of the library were put on sale. 
Season tickets for the Portland Symphony Orchestra's 
Candlelight Concerts were raffled. Several efforts have 
been made to obtain money through grants. 

We sincerely appreciate the generous donations of 
time, money, books, and equipment. We are fortunate to 
have such an outstanding library facility and hope that 
townspeople will continue to take advantage of the increas- 
ing library services. 

Respectfully submitted, 
RUBY PEARSON, 
Librarian 

RUTH LORING 
EILEEN LEAVITT 
CATHERINE ZIEGLER 
Trustees 

Balance brought forward : $3,096.61 

RECEIPTS 

Town of Ossipee $8,500.00 

Town of Ossipee (Furnace) 2,250.00 



Young Trust Fund 


660.23 


White Trust Fund 


419.58 


Donations, Fund Raising 


604.00 


Returned Check (Furnace repair) 


850.00 


Interest 


3.10 




$16,383.52 



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EXPENDITURES 

Fuel $1,771.24 

Salary 2,396.35 

Electricity 154.82 

Books and Periodicals 1,474.15 

Telephone 222.98 

Supplies 172.86 

Furniture 2,240.36 

Maintenance 230.99 

Carpeting 1,671.15 

Postage 51.00 

Repairs 25.00 

Furnace 3,450.00 

Dues 12.00 

Water 82.50 

Miscellaneous 547.77 

FICA 172.10 



$15,525.27 

Balance Checking (12/31/83) $404.15 

Balance Savings (12/31/83) 454.10 



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72 



TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 
Ossipee 

OPERATION STATEMENT 

Balance brought forward (1982) $ 374.87 $374.87 

RECEIPTS: 



Interest (N.O.W.) Ind. Head North 


$ 130.52 


Interest from Trust Accounts 


9,436.53 


Sale of Lots ^ 


1,600.00 


Town Cptl Acct/Solid Waste 


30,000.00 




$41,167.05 


DISBURSEMENTS: 




Mowing, Raking, Gen. Maintenance 


$ 2,486.75 


Gas, Oil 


115.10 


Eqpt/Repr 


500.24 


Scholarships 


400.00 


Library 


1,079.81 


Tree Removal 


580.00 


Town Cptl Acct/Solid Waste 


30,000.00 


Misc. 


625.81 




$35,787.71 



BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1983 $6,056.45 



73 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

The property revaluation, ordered by the State, on the 
petition of fifty residents, was one of the major events of 
the year. The revaluation gave the town a new tax base of 
over five times the previous base and thus substantially 
reduced the tax rate. Some peoples taxes went down with 
no comment heard from anyone. Others received in- 
creases which in some cases really hurt. In the months to 
come, errors and inequities will have to be straightened 
out. It would be unrealistic to think such a mammoth task 
could be done without errors, however, to the individual 
taxpayer the error is very disturbing and his concern is 
well justified. The tax bills for the second half of 1983 did 
not go out until January which added to the taxpayers' 
problems. Our office is working on these problems and we 
hope to have most of the clerical errors corrected in the 
near future. It was gratifying that only a small percent- 
age of the total bills sent out have been the basis of tax- 
payers' complaints. 

A special Town Meeting was held in November to act 
on a proposal to install an incinerator for the disposal of 
solid waste. Favorable action was voted and plans are 
going ahead. 

We congratulate the Planning Board on the publishing 
of the new Master Plan. This interesting report represents 
a lot of work on the part of the members of this committee. 

The completion and dedication of the Whittier Covered 
Bridge in memory of Nancy Shelton Pope was a gala event 
held on August 19th. 

The library Trustees have been active with plans to 
revitalize our library. The complete failure of the heating 
plant along with new building codes and lack of funds have 
not discouraged them. They are on a good project and need 
the support of the town. 



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We once again want to thank all the employees and 
volunteers who make the town run smoothly. Their fine 
work for the town is most important. Special thanks goes 
to our Administrative Assistant, Dorothy Palmer, who has 
done so much in this year helping to solve the problems of 
the revaluations. 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON, 

Chairman 



75 



REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

1983 

To the Selectmen of Ossipee and Citizens of the Town: 

The year 1983 was a good year in that major crime was 
not on the increase, the most frequent calls were for ac- 
cidents, juvenile, vandalism, and alcohol related offenses. 

We were fortunate not to have any fatal motor vehicle 
accidents this year. 

During the year I had a most rewarding experience as 
I was elected to President of the New Hampshire Chiefs of 
Police Association at their annual conference in June. This 
is the first time any chief from Carroll County has held this 
office. 

I am grateful for and express my heartfelt thanks to 
my officers, to the Town Officials, other department 
heads, and the citizens of Ossipee for their cooperation and 
assistance this past year. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOGARTY 
Chief of Police 



76 



OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

Due to the number of children taking advantage of our many pro- 
grams, we have continued to find it necessary to request the use of 
facilities in addition to the Town Hall. We wish to express our apprecia- 
tion for the opportunity to use the ball fields in Ossipee and West Ossipee 
and the Ossipee Central School gym and playground. 

The following is a list of programs for the year 1983: 

i 

Elementary Gymnastics and Dance Programs 

Pee Wee Hockey 

4th-6th and 7th-9th Girls' and Boys' Basketball 

Public and Elementary School Skating Program K-6 

5th Annual Winter Sports 

Spring Clean-up Campaign 

Minor and Major Little League and Junior Baseball Program 

4th-6th Girls' Softball and 13-17 year old Girls' and Boys' Softball Pro- 
gram. 

A.R.C. Swimming Instruction 

Ossipee Swim Team — merged with Wolfeboro 

August Youth Day Camp 

4th-6th Soccer Program 

Carroll County Recreation and Invitational Tournaments — Basketball, 
Softball, Track, Soccer. 

Record Hops/Dances 

Adult Recreation (Volley Ball) and Exercise Classes 

Open Recreation for Youth 

Mens' Softball, Mens' Basketball — These programs were available 
to the community, but not under the direction of the Recreation Depart- 
ment. 

Once again, the Ossipee Recreation Department is proud and for- 
tunate to have so many fine volunteers in its programs this year. Our 
coaches included: Cynthia Miller, Jack Fogarty, Tom Fogarty, Jo-Anne 
Ames, Donna Sargent, Dennis LeGendre, David Williams, Woody Vallee, 
Curly Nudd, Daniel Fischbein, Dwight Armstrong, Ralph Brownell, 
Roland Libby, Larry Schell, Jennifer Ziegler, David Drew, Ms. Wilayto, 
Alan Laubenstein. Sponsors included: Northern Land Traders, Sunny 
Villa, Earnshaw Lumber, Indian Head Bank, Ames Department Store, 
Johnson's Gas Co. As long as we have such parents and community 
members expressing a desire to help, we can be assured of programs con- 
tinuing into the future. Thanks to one and all. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WALLACE NUDD, JR. 
Director of Recreation 



77 



OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 
Center Ossipee 

With the economy still limping, there was little sub- 
division activity which usually keeps the Planning Board 
rather busy. As a result, the Board was able to devote con- 
siderable effort on needed projects which had been sitting 
on the "back burner." 

On October 18, 1983, the Ossipee Master Plan, after a 
public meeting, was published. It is a rather massive ef- 
fort for a small board. The Plan contains over 200 pages, 
including 22 pages of figures, 29 photograph, 10 drawings 
plus the overall plan. 100 copies were produced. 50 went to 
the Library and Town Officials. The other 50 were sold to 
the public. 

The work started over two years ago with an extensive 
questionnaire which was distributed to citizens across the 
entire town to learn their wants and desires for the future 
of Ossipee. The tabulation which resulted from the ques- 
tionnaire was the basis for the Master Plan. 

While the Master Plan is in no way binding, it does of- 
fer a comprehensive guide for the future development of 
Ossipee according to the wishes of the residents of Ossipee. 
An incidental benefit is that a Master Plan is required by 
the State for approval of some State sponsored grants. 

Before proceeding, the current Planning Board would 
like to sincerely thank past members Lorraine Onufry, 
Warren Witherell and George Earnshaw for their effective 
help in creating the Master Plan. At the same time we 
would like to welcome new members Ann Olkkola and 
Frank Clougherty. 

Work on Ossipee's Earth Excavation Regulations 
began two years ago. This past year work was again begun 
with discussions and tours with various experts in the 
field. Close and careful comparison with half a dozen dif- 



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ferent model regulations by established authorities finally 
resulted in the Ossipee version. 

It was presented at a Public Meeting on February 14, 
1984, and discussed in detail. Several solid suggestions 
resulted from this meeting and were incorporated in the 
final regulations which were adopted just prior to the an- 
nual Town Meeting. 

With the recent departure of Roger Akeley who headed 
the Lakes Region Planning Commission, a few words con- 
cerning this most essential organization is in order. The 
Lakes Region Planning Commission was established to aid 
town officials in developing good ordinances. Its expenses 
are supported by member towns including Ossipee. Since 
they specialize in municipal matters, the Lakes Region 
Planning Commission has specialized knowledge of 
ordinances which worked well and those that didn't. Thus 
they consistently offer sound advice. 

The average citizen, without experience in town 
government, seldom realizes that no town in New Hamp- 
shire can pass any ordinance - unless specifically author- 
ized by the State. And even more, that the court's interpre- 
tation of a State law may be somewhat different from the 
average layman's casual reading of the law. 

Every year the Lakes Region Planning Commission 
sponsors a legal clinic for town officials to bring them up to 
date on ' 'what's new" in the Revised Statutes Annotated 
(RSA), the laws of the State. Virtually all members of your 
Planning Board have attended these most helpful sessions 
in an effort to produce a better and more workable 
ordinances. 

Ossipee's Subdivision regulations have held up nicely 
under the trial of time. However in several areas they are 
showing their age in relation to new state regulations and 
some court decisions. Thus, our subdivision regulations 



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are scheduled for a full review. No major changes are an- 
ticipated at this writing. 

One of the findings of the extensive opinion question- 
naire which was used to formulate the Master Plan was 
that there was considerable favorable opinion for some 
sort of Zoning regulations. While this tends to be an 
emotional subject, in 1984 the Planning Board will be 
working to develop a suggested Zoning Ordinance for 
Ossipee after extensive public meetings with a broad 
group of organizations and individuals. Incidentally, 75% 
of the towns in the State have Zoning Ordinances and 59% 
of the towns in the Lakes Region currently do. 

OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 
ROBERT WADE, Member 



80 



OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The Ossipee Conservation Commission met 
throughout the year on the first Wednesday of every 
month. We now have five members who attend regularly. 
We attended several planning board hearings and made 
site inspections. Four citations were issued for illegal fill- 
ing. 

There were very few dredge and fill permits submitted 
during the year of 1983. 

We reviewed the Master Plan. 

We attended hearings on the solid waste disposal and 
will attend future meetings also. 

At the end of the year we started getting involved in 
the Sumner Brook Fish Rearing Station. We feel that this 
land should be returned to the town and remain in the 
public domain. Many thanks to Randy Lyman for all the 
hours that she put in and all the traveling she did while 
working on this project. 

We would like to thank Robert Schroeder and Erland 
McLetchie for the donation of 109 acres of land and the 
Ossipee Aggregates for 13 acres of land which were used 
for matching funds for the town's purchase of the Sumner 
Brook Rearing Station. 

WILLIAM HUNT, Chairman 
MARILYN TILLINGHAST 
RANDY LYMAN 
MARTHA FRENCH 
ALFOGG 



81 



REPORT OF OSSIPEE DOG WARDEN 1983 

A total of 241 calls were answered during 1983. 

53 reports of lost dogs were received, many from sur- 
rounding towns. 

57 strays were picked up, majority of these were 
claimed, those not claimed were either placed with new 
homes or put down by euthanasia. 

14 reports of vicious dogs, 11 of these were well found- 
ed. All dog bite cases reported this year to me were from 
Rabie's vaccinated animals, all turned out clean, we can 
thank our laws for prevention control. 

Three dogs struck and killed by cars were picked up by 
the warden. 

114 nuisance complaints came in and were answered. 
Occasionally it has taken a few days to make contact with 
these people facilitating several trips. 

People still do not all understand that though we are a 
rural community, all dogs are to be kept under owner or 
keeper control at all times. This includes early morning 
and late night runs. 

When taking responsibility for the care of a dog, you 
also by law take responsibility for his actions and are 
liable for violation of the control law either by Civil 
Forfeiture or fined by the Court. 

Again for the most part people have been understand- 
ing and responsible once I have contacted them. 

Respectfully, 
MARTHA A. FRENCH 
Ossipee Dog Warden 



82 



COMMUNITY NURSE 

Visiting Nurse Association 

of Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. 

Box 141, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 

(603)569-2729 

ANNUAL REPORT 1983 

In 1983 the Staff of the Visiting Nurse Association of 
Wolfeboro and Vicinity made 7573 home visits to residents 
of the eight towns where we provide services; 1377 of these 
visits were made to 100 Ossipee residents. 

The Agency continues to provide nursing, physical 
therapy and health aide services. While the number of 
home care visits made this year in Ossipee remained 
essentially the same we are finding that the level of care 
needed has increased. People who are terminally ill are 
staying at home, either for longer periods of time, or until 
death occurs. Earlier hospital discharge policies mean 
that a higher level of care is required; nursing procedures 
that were not considered appropriate for home care just a 
few years ago are now considered routine. Decreased in- 
surance reimbursement has meant an increase in our ap- 
propriation request. 

Clinic services continue to be utilized by Ossipee 
residents of all ages. 78 local pre-school children are cur- 
rently enrolled in our Child Health Program; 54 residents 
attended a Flu Immunization Clinic; 22 school age 
children were immunized at our clinics. 

Mrs. Ruth Webb continues to be in the Nurses Office at 
the Town Hall from 8:30 to 9:30 Monday and Thursday 
mornings for B/P checks and health counselling. 89 
residents took advantage of this service. 

We continue through contracts and co-operative 
agreements to provide services to The Ossipee Concerned 
Citizens; the WIC Program of Southern Carroll County; 



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Hospice of Southern Carroll County; Carroll County Men- 
tal Health Services; Carroll County Health and Home Care 
Services and the Governor Wentworth Regional School 
District. The co-operative services continue to be cost ef- 
fective for all programs and result in increased services 
for a greater number of residents. 

The Agency Board of Directors, Staff members and I 
thankthe many local civic organizations who have donated 
equipment, services and financial support to our Pro- 
gram; the School Nurses and the many volunteers who 
have assisted us in providing services; and you, the local 
taxpayers, for your continued support of our appropriation 
requests. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
DAVENA R. DeWOLFE, R.N. 

Nurse Administrator 



84 



OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The end of 1983 marked the end of my fifth year as 
Director of Ossipee Concerned Citizens. The Agency has 
developed in these five years beyond expectations. This 
growth can be directly attributed to the following factors ; 
the dedication of the staff, the leadership, positive rein- 
forcement and volunteer time given by the board, and the 
support received from the community. 

I would like to take this opportunity to share with you 
some of the highlights of the past five years. 

1979 — 1. Opening of the Senior Center and Congregate 
Meals Program. 2. Funding for the first step of the Sewer 
Project of $195,000.00. 

1980 — 1. Sponsorship of the WIC Program in Southern 
Carroll County, serving 450 clients. 2. Funding for the re- 
maining portions of the Sewer Project totaling over 5 
million dollars. 

1981 — 1. Congregate Meal Program expanded to two 
days per week. 2. WIC expanded to include all of Carroll 
County, serving 600 clients. 3. Expansion of recreation and 
shopping trips for the elderly. 4. Funding for purchase of 
an improvement to the Water System for the town of 
$500,000.00. 

1982 — 1. Flag raising ceremony. Flag and Pole 
donated by Mrs. Chester Merrow. 2. Acquisition of a van 
for senior transportation use. 

1983 — 1. Expansion of the Meals-on-Wheels to seven 
days a week. We are one of the few areas in the state pro- 
viding this service. 2. Expansion of the Congregate Meals 
to three days per week. (Tues., Wed., Thurs.). 3. Expan- 
sion of the WIC Program to 750 clients. 4. Upgrading of the 



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park area behind the center and the moving of the In- 
dependence Day Fair to this new site. This years fair was 
the best ever. We thank the fair committee and all who 
participated. A special thanks to David Hampshire and 
The Village Hams whose first performance was a giant 
success. 5. Our biggest fund raising event was the raffle of 
a canoe donated by the Indian Mound IGA. Thanks to the 
Hickey's, and Dick Ingraham and all the others who sold 
tickets. 6. This Christmas was a happier event for fifty 
families thanks to Shop 'N Save for their turkeys, Ossipee 
Central School for their food, and Indian Head Bank for 
their toys. The staff and Jack Fogarty spent two days 
delivering these goodies to families in the area. 7. Comple- 
tion of the Water and Sewer Projects. 

The year 1984 marks the tenth anniversary of O.C.C. I 
look forward to the continued success of our ongoing pro- 
grams with the hope that the proposed projects for housing 
rehabilitation, the Village Square, a medical facility and a 
recreation area will become realities. With the continued 
support of you the Selectmen, and the citizens of the com- 
munity, I know that our tenth year will be better than ever. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
Executive Director 



86 



REPORT OF THE OSSIPEE 
WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT 

To the Board of Selectmen and the citizens of the Town of 
Ossipee: 

As superintendent of the Ossipee Water and Sewer 
Department, let me take this opportunity to thank other 
department heads and employees for their 
professionalism with regard to town services for the 
people of the Town of Ossipee. 

Near year's end, a newly renovated water system 
became operational. During this year the system has more 
than adequately handled our domestic needs, and has met 
fire suppression demands on fires that have had the poten- 
tial of engulfing adjacent buildings. 

This water system has made a tremendous positive 
impact on the Town of Ossipee. Insurance credits men- 
tioned in last years report became a reality on June 1, 1983. 
Many have already experienced these credits. They are 
the result of a larger volume of water flow available at all 
hydrants. 

The new sewer system, also completed within the past 
year, is functioning as anticipated. Eighty (80) services of 
the total 223, including both homes and businesses, were 
connected during the past summer and fall. We expect to 
have the remaining services connected before July 1, 1984. 

Rates for water and sewer customers are found on the 
reverse side of your quarterly billing. These rates should 
remain the same for another year. Efforts were made to 
establish these rates as fairly as possible, and in general, 
have worked out well. 

Together, the water and sewer projects are nearly 
completed, and are presently under a period of warranty. 
The loose ends of the project will be completed by this 



87 



spring and early summer. Final adjustments, and opera- 
tion and maintenance of these systems will be our 
priorities. 

This summer we expect to have Saturday open houses 
for the general public. These dates and times will be ad- 
vertised in the local newspaper. 

Our office remains available for explanations or clari- 
fications. We will be sensitive to your concerns. 

Respectfully, 

ROLAND C. STOCKBRIDGE 
Supt. Water and Sewer Dept. 



88 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD REPORT FOR 1983 

The Ossipee Rescue Squad has made substantial pro- 
gress and increased its usefulness in 1983. In 1979, our first 
year, we answered 79 calls. In 1983 we responded to 187 
calls. With our average response of 5.9 rescuers, at a 
minimum of an hour per run, we gave more than 1100 man- 
hours of volunteer service. 

Updating training requires an additional commit- 
ment of time and effort \>y the members. All members an- 
nually recertify in CPR. Three members completed bien- 
nial 24 hour EMT refresher programs, and recertified in 
intermediate skills. Courses in patient assessment, ice 
rescue, trench rescue, drug abuse and care of athletic in- 
juries provided 175 man-hours of training. Monthly drills 
and critiques, and attendance at Huggins Hospital's 
monthly rescue training programs added to these special 
courses for a total of 437 man-hours of training. 

We are grateful to the Whittier Lions Club for the gift 
of 'The Jaws of Life." This winter they were used to free a 
trapped and injured patient. 

Our goals for this year are for increased levels of 
training, the purchase of more protective clothing and 
rescue equipment, better radio communications, and im- 
provements to the rescue headquarters. 

As always, I would like to thank the squad members 
for their unselfish dedication, the firemen who assist when 
extra hands are needed, and, of course, the people of 
Ossipee who have continued to support us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WAYNE K. ALESKA, Captain 
Ossipee Rescue Squad 

REPORT OF ACTIVITIES FOR 1983 

Cardiac emergencies 40 

Vehicle accidents 41 

Fires 22 

Medical emergencies 79 



89 



Maternity emergencies 
False alarms 



TOTAL 187 



ANNUAL TREASURER'S REPORT FOR 1983 





Town 










Approp. 




Donations 






Account 




Account 




Bal. on hand 1/1/83 


$186.67 




$2,489.49 




RECEIPTS: 










Donations 






2,661.45 




Fund Raising 






574.89 




Interest 


158.00 




102.00 




Misc. 


30.00 








Town appropriation 


7,500.00 








Transfer of Funds* 


1,704.79 








TOTAL RECEIPTS 


$9,579.49 


$9,579.46 


$5,828.03 


$5,828.03 


EXPENDITURES: 










BankS/C 


$ 7.05 








Building Maint. 


529.45 








Communications 


803.77 








Electricity 


303.43 








Fund raising supplies 






379.90 




Gasoline 


385.49 








Heat 


979.82 








Insurance 


1,800.00 








Medical Supplies 


824.57 








Misc. 


11.74 








Mutual aid dues 


100.00 








Non-Medical equipment 


796.78 




513.09 




Oxygen equipment 


631.83 








Postage 


27.00 








Public relations 


9.64 








Stationery 


96.40 








Telephone 


198.96 








Training 


332.60 








Transfer of funds* 






1,704.79 




Truck repair & maint. 


407.33 


8,245.86 




2,597.78 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$8,245.86 


$1,333.60 


$2,597.78 


$3,230.25 




Bal 


. 12/31/83 


Bal. 


12/31/83 



*This amount was transferred from the donations account to the Town 
appropriations account when appropriated monies were depleted. 

Respectfully submitted 
PAUL E. HOWE, Treas. 



90 



REPORT OF THE TOWN FOREST FIRE 
WARDEN AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

Once again, our cooperative town and state forest fire 
prevention and control program leads the nation in least 
acres burned per forest fire. Less than one-half acre per 
fire statewide average. 

At the town level, your Forest Fire Warden is responsi- 
ble for the prevention and control of all grass and woods 
fires when the ground is not snow covered. 

Forest fire prevention is achieved at the town level by 
issuing a written permit for every fire that is to be kindled 
on the ground out of doors when the ground is not covered 
with snow. Each person wishing to have an outside fire 
must obtain this written permit from the town Fire 
Warden before kindling the fire. Any person that does not 
obtain a fire permit, when one is required, is violating our 
forest fire permit law and is subject to a court appearance 
and could be fined up to $1,000 and receive a jail sentence 
of up to one year. 

No fire permit will be issued between 9:00 a.m. and 
5:00 p.m. unless it is raining. The reason for this is 
twofold: the fire danger increases steadily between 9:00 
a.m. and 2:00 p.m., then subsides to a safe level between 
2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. This happens because the sun dries 
out the fine fuels that are easily ignited and dries the air 
which permits rapid fire spread. Also during this part of 
the day fire fighters are not readily available in most com- 
munities so an escaped fire could burn longer and cause 
greater damage before being suppressed. 

Your cooperation in burning only when conditions are 
safe is greatly appreciated. 

As Smokey says, "Remember, Only You Can Prevent 
Forest Fires!" 

1983 STATISTICS 

State District City/Town 

No. of Fires 779 44 3 

No. of Acres 348 30y 2 Vi 

CLARENCE E. PALMER E.SVEN CARLSON 

Warden Forest Ranger 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983 

BALANCE SHEET 
ASSETS 

Cash on Hand $1,595.73 

Amounts due to Precinct: 

From Town: 

From Others: 
Lawyers Fund 1,077.89 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 11,002.64 



Grand Total $13,676.26 

LIABILITIES 

Unexpended Appropriation 

for Lawyer $1,077.89 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 11,002.64 



Total Liabilities $12,080.53 

Liabilities (Surplus) 1,595.73 



Grand Total $13,676.26 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted, available for inspection from precinct 
clerk. 



RECEIPTS 






Current Revenues: 






From Taxes: 


$40,277.00 




From Other Sources : 






State of N.H. (BPT) 


1,658.71 




R. Stockbridge - Reim. 


55.98 




Forest Fires 


75.00 




Total Receipts 




$42,066.69 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 




691.52 


Grand Total 




$42,758.21 



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PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses 



Hydrants 


$3,770.00 




Street Lights 


8,248.02 




Precinct Expenses 


13,961.13 




Maintenance - Water Rights 


100.00 




Snow Removal 


240.00 




Maintenance - Building 


3,170.79 




Payments on Notes 


5,216.25 




Payments to Capital Reserve 






Fund 


1,691.52 




Interest Paid 


260.37 




Capital Outlay 






New Equipment 


4,504.40 




Total Payments 




$41,162.48 


Cash on Hand End of Year 




1,595.73 


Grand Total 


$42,758.21 



Total Long Term Indebtedness, Dec. 31, 1983 $0.00 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 

December 31, 1982 $5,216.25 

Long Term Notes Paid $5,216.25 



Total $5,216.25 



Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1983 $0.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 

Treasurer 
1/27/84 



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1984 BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Hydrants 
Street Lights 
Precinct Expenses 
Maint. Water Rights 
Snow Removal 
Maint. - Building 
Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund - 

to be raised by taxation 
Capital Reserve Fund 

voted from surplus 

Total Appropriations 
or Expenditures 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDIT! 

Surplus Voted to Off- 
set Cap. Res. Approp. 
State of N.H. (BPT) 



Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be Raised by 

Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



Commissioner's 
Budget 
Current 


Recommended 
by Budget 
Committee 


$4,160.00 

9,000.00 

14,250.00 

500.00 

600.00 

5,000.00 

4,000.00 


$4,160.00 

9,000.00 

14,250.00 

500.00 

600.00 

5,000.00 

4,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,595.73 


1,595.73 


$40,105.73 


$40,105.73 


CREDITS 




$1,595.73 
1,600.00 


1,595.73 
1,600.00 


$3,195.73 


$3,195.73 


36,910.00 


36,910.00 


$40,105.73 


$40,105.73 



Budget Committee: 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS, Chairman 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

GERALD McDUFFEE 

RALPH W. BROWNELL 

D. L. WALSH 

KEITH BROWNELL 

HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

RALPH P. DUBE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

2/15/84 



100 



FINANCIAL REPORT 

OF THE OSSIPEE PRECINCT "A" 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983 

ASSETS 

Capital Reserve Fund $1 1 ,851 .25 



GRAND TOTAL $1 1 ,851 .25 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Fund $11,851.25 



GRAND TOTAL $11,851.25 

At the annual meeting held on May 12, 1983, it was voted to dissolve 
Precinct A, and turn all the assets and liabilities over to the Town of 
Ossipee. The above amount of $11,851.25 was turned over to the town. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Treasurer 

RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
RECEIPTS 

From Other Sources: 
N.H. Profits Tax $6.49 

Interest 425.77 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue 
Withdrawal From Capital Reserve Fund 368.54 



Total Receipts 


616.00 

165.00 

19.80 


$800.80 


GRAND TOTAL 

PAYMENTS 

Current Maintence Expenses: 

Repairs to line 
Pumping tanks 
Annual Meeting 


$800.80 


Total Payments 




$800.80 



GRAND TOTAL $800.80 

1983 



Feb. 10 - Int. on CD 172.96 

Feb. 10 - Repairs - Pipeline 616.00 

Mar. 8 Int. on CD 78.12 

Apr. 1 - N.H. Profits Tax 6.49 



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Apr. 1 - Int. on CD 

Apr. 29 - Int. on Savings 

May 2 - Int. on CD 

May 13 - Donal Pearson 

June 1 - Ind. -Granite State Publ. 



55.70 
49.37 
69.62 


165.00 
19.80 


$432.26 
$12,219.79 


$800.80 


$12,652.05 
-800.80 




$11,851.25 





CD 10,059.20 

Savings 1,792.05 



$11,851.25 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is complete and correct to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

JUNE C. LOUD 
Treasurer 



102 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $12,507.09 



Total Assets $12,507.09 



GRAND TOTAL $12,507.09 

LIABILITIES 
Unexpended Balance of Bond and 
Long Term Note Issues (contra) $10,642.90 



Total Liabilities $10,642.90 

Excess of Assets over 
Liabilities (Surplus) 1,864.19 



GRAND TOTAL $12,507.09 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

West Ossipee Fire Station 
Land $10,000.00 

Building 60,000.00 

$70,000.00 
Jewell Hill Station 
Land $1,000.00 

Building 25,000.00 



$26,000.00 

Engine #1 $70,000.00 

Engine #2 48,000.00 

Tank#l 30,000.00 

Tank #2 10,000.00 

Air System 12,000.00 

Aux. Equipment 25,000.00 

Furniture not on vehicles 4,000.00 



Total Valuation $295,000.00 



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RECEIPTS 

Current Revenues: 

From Taxes $38,088.73 

From Other Sources: 

State of New Hampshire 1,575.57 

Insurance 1,622.00 

North Conway Bank 147.50 

Miss Credit Check .02 



TOTAL RECEIPTS $41,433.82 

Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 500.00 



GRAND TOTAL $41,933.82 



PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Heat 


$1,626.41 


Electric 


912.12 


Gasoline 


326.44 


Telephone 


492.39 


Insurance 


2,988.00 


Maintenance 




Building 


689.04 


Vehicles 


1,237.76 


Aux. Equip. 


1,184.42 


Services 


400.00 


Training 




Mutual Aid 


775.00 


Payment on Notes 


10,642.85 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


5,017.26 


Interest Paid 


1,263.92 


Capital Outlay 


14,378.21 


Total Payments 


$41,933.82 


GRAND TOTAL 


$41,933.82 



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SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1983 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
#4001 G $5,642.90 

#4002 G 5,000.00 



Total Long Term Notes 

Outstanding $10,642.90 

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Total Long Term Indebtedness — 

December 31, 1983 $10,642.90 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 

December 31, 1982 $21,285.75 



Total $21,285.75 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year 
Long Term Notes Paid $10,642.85 



Total $10,642.90 



Outstanding Long Term Debt 
December 31, 1983 $10,642.90 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOUGLAS W. MEADER 

Clerk-Treasurer 
February 5, 1984 



105 



1984 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Recommended 

Commissioner's By 

Budget Budget 

Current Year Committee 



Heat 

Electric 

Gasoline 

Insurance 

Telephone 

Mutual Aid 

Maintenance 

Building 

Vehicles 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Services 
Training 

Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 
Capital Reserve Fund - 

to be raised by taxation 

Total Appropriations or 
Expenditures 

SOURCE OF REVENUES AND 

State of New Hampshire 

Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Total Revenues 



$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,700.00 


1,700.00 


3,500.00 


3,500.00 


450.00 


450.00 


600.00 


600.00 


300.00 


300.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


400.00 


400.00 


300.00 


300.00 


4,500.00 


4,500.00 


10,642.90 


10,642.90 


605.27 


605.27 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 


$44,998.17 


$44,998.17 


REDITS 

$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$43,488.17 


$43,488.17 



Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



$44,988.17 $44,988.17 



Date 2/15/84 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS, Chairman 

GERALD McDUFFEE 

RALPH W. BROWNELL 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

D. L. WALSH 

KEITH BROWNELL 

HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

RALPH P. DUBE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 



106 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1983 

ASSETS 



Cash on Hand 




General Fund 


$ .00 


Amounts due to Precinct: 




From Town: 


33,263.50 


From Others 




State 


608.75 


Rebates & Refunds 


390.39 


Firefighting Grant 


777.00 


Savings Interest 


16.58 


Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


11,365.73 


Total Assets 


$46,421.95 


Grand Total 


$46,421.95 



LIABILITIES 

Bills Owed by Precinct: 

Insurance $2,687.00 

Electricity - Fire Station 457.41 

Fuel Oil - Fire Station 2,023.73 

Telephone 292.96 

Mutual Aid Dues 750.00 

Street Lights 2,912.18 

Firemen's Reimbursement 3,500.00 

Maintenance Communications 994.12 

Maintenance Fire Station 2,971 .26 

Maintenance Fire Trucks 2,057.43 

Clerk - Treasurer Expenses 416.49 

Firemen's Expense 494.63 

Maintenance Fire Equipment 1,353.97 

Fire Truck Debt 5,680.25 

Capital Outlay Equipment 5,470.73 

Matching Funds Grant 777.00 



107 



Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


11,365.73 


1983 


2,000.00 


Total Liabilities 


$46,421.95 


Grand Total 


$46,421.95 


SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 


Land & Buildings: 




Firehouse & Land 


$19,500.00 


Furniture & Apparatus : 




Trucks & Tanks 


98,000.00 


Fire Fighting Equipment 


38,107.40 


Total Valuation 


$155,607.40 


RECEIPTS 




Current Revenues: 




From Taxes 


$33,263.50 


From Other Sources: 




State 


608.75 


Rebates & Refunds 


390.39 


Firefighting Grant 


777.00 


Savings Interest 


16.58 


Total Receipts 


$35,056.22 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 





Grand Total 


$35,056.22 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Insurance 


$2,687.00 


Electricity - Fire Station 


457.41 


Fuel Oil Fire Station 


2,023.73 


Telephone 


292.96 


Mutual Aid Dues 


750.00 


Street Lights 


2,912.18 


Firemen's Reimbursement 


3,500.00 


Maintenance Communications 


994.12 


Maintenance Fire Station 


2,971.26 



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Maintenance Fire Trucks 


2,057.43 


Clerk - Treasurer Expense 


416.49 


Firemen's Expense 


494.63 


Maintenance Fire Equipment 


1,353.97 


Chief's Expenses 


217.06 


Matching Funds - Grant 


777.00 


Payment on Notes 


4,200.00 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


2,000.00 


Interest Paid 


1,480.25 


Capital Outlay 


5,470.73 


Total Payments 


$35,056.22 


Cash on Hand End of Year 





Grand Total 


$35,056.22 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1983 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Wolfeboro National Bank 5E2 $25,200.00 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $25,200.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness - 
December 31, 1983 $25,200.00 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 
December 31, 1982 $25,200.00 



Total $25,200.00 

Debt Retirement During 
Fiscal Year 1983 
Long Term Notes Paid $4,200.00 



Total $4,200.00 



Outstanding Long Term Debt - 
December 31, 1982 $21,000.00 



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CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

JACKIE BRACKETT 

Treasurer 
Date: 2/4/84 



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1984 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 
APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Commissioner's 


Recommended 




Budget 


By 




Current Year 


Budget 
Committee 


Insurance 


$3,350.00 


$3,350.00 


Electricity - fire station 


500.00 


500.00 


Fuel Oil fire station 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


Telephone 


325.00 


325.00 


Maintenance fire station 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Clerk - treasurer's expenses 


400.00 


400.00 


Street lights 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Road sign maintenance 


100.00 


100.00 


New model B restoration 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


Mutual aid dues 


600.00 


600.00 


Fireman's reimbursement 


4,250.00 


4,250.00 


Fire Chief's expense 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Fireman expense 


500.00 


500.00 


Maintenance fire trucks 


3,500.00 


3,500.00 


Maintenance fire equip. 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Maintenance communication 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


Capital Outlay - Construction 


25,000.00 


25,000.00 


Capital Outlay - Equipment 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Principal of Debt 6th yr. payment 5E2 


4,200.00 


4,200.00 


Interest on Debt 


1,233.75 


1,233.75 


Capital Reserve Fund - to be raised 






by taxation 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 



Total Appropriations or 
Expenditures 



$61,658.75 $61,658.75 



SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Estimated 

Revenue 

By 

Commissioners 



Business Profit Tax 
Amounts Raised by Issue of 

Bonds or Notes 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Fund 

Total Revenues Except 
Precinct Taxes 

Total Appropriations 



450.00 
15,000.00 
10,000.00 



Estimated 

Revenue 

By 

Budget 

Committee 

450.00 
15,000.00 
10,000.00 



$25,450.00 25,450.00 



$61,658.75 $61,658.75 



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Amount to be Raised 
by Precinct Taxes $36,208.75 $36,208.75 



Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes $61,658.75 $61,568.75 



Date: 2/15/84 

Budget Committee: 

CHRISTINE P. POWERS, Chairman 

GERALD McDUFFEE 

DONNA E. SARGENT 

RALPH W. BROWNELL 

D. L. WALSH 

KEITH BROWNELL 

HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

RALPH P. DUBE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 



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